This email bulletin from the WCTRS contains the following items. Please click on an item to scroll to the details.
CODATU (Cooperation for urban mobility in the developing world) have just announced that they will be awarding the Prize for the best PhD Thesis on Urban Mobility in Cities of Developing Countries as part of the CODATU XVIII Conference, which will take place from 13th-16th September 2021 in Dakar. There is therefore a very short timeline for submissions, and they encourage all applicable young PhD holders and PhD students to apply as soon as possible. One prize will be awarded for the best thesis written in English, and one for the best thesis written in French.
The 7th International Conference on Integrated Land Use Transport Modeling Conference will be held on the 18th-19th June 2021 at the Center for Academic Exchanges, North Campus Teaching Area, Beilin Campus, Chang’an University in the City of Xi’an, China.The theme of the conference is “Supporting Spatial Planning and Integrated Planning: What and How”, and it aims to share the academic achievements and practical experiences of domestic and foreign elites in integrated planning, spatial planning and ILUTMs, discussing the support for regional/urban spatial and integrated planning through ILUTMs, the influence of ILUTMs on policy, transport, economic, land use, integrated planning and environment, in order to improve urban and regional transportation planning/assessment process and promote the exchange of research results and technical experiences in this particular area.
When: 18th-19th June 2021
Deadlines: Presentation abstracts of up to 200 words should be submitted online at this link by 11th June 2021. Participants should also register for the conference at this link before the start of the conference.
What: The International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC 2022) in Collaboration with SIG B1: Call for Papers
The 8th International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC 2022) will be held in Bremen (Germany) from February 23 - 25, 2022 and will be accompanied by satellite events such as a PhD workshop.
Dynamics of logistics processes and networks are at the heart of the forthcoming conference. We invite empirical, theoretical, methodological, and practice-oriented contributions addressing the modeling, planning, optimization and control of processes in supply chains, logistic networks, production systems, and material flow systems and facilities. LDIC 2022 provides a forum for the discussion of advances in that matter. We encourage WCTRS researchers, especially those with an interest in Logistics and Supply Chain Management topics, and especially those connected to the SIG B and B1 interest groups, to present their best work at the conference and related events.
When: February 23 - 25, 2022
Deadlines: Deadline for abstracts (for presentations only) with up to 250 words: October 1, 2021; Notification of acceptance: November 1, 2021.
Deadline for full papers with up to 10 pages: September 1, 2021; Notification of review results: November 1, 2021; Submission of revised, camera-ready full paper: December 1, 2021; Publication of conference proceedings: May 2022.
The submission system – including author instructions and Springer’s template – will open in June 2021 on the conference website.